2N EasyGate Pro - 2N Telekomunikace
2N® EasyGate Pro
GSM gateway
User Manual
Version
1.0.1
www.2n.cz
The 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE joint-stock company is a Czech manufacturer and supplier of
telecommunications equipment.
The product family developed by 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. includes GSM gateways, private
branch exchanges (PBX), and door and lift communicators. 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. has
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Content
Content
1. Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.2 Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.3 Terms and Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2. Description and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.1 Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.2 Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.3 Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
2.4 Telephone Line Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2.5 SMS Sending Input Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3. 2N® EasyGate PRO Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.1 2N® EasyGate PRO Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3.2 Table of Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4. Function and Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
4.1 Voice Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
4.2 FAX and Data Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
4.3 SMS Sending Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
4.4 Data Connection Using USB Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
4.5 SIM Card PIN protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
5. Technical Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
5.1 Technical Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6. Supplementary Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
6.1 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
6.2 List of Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
6.3 Regulations and Directives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
6.4 General Instructions and Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
1. Product Overview
In this section, we introduce the 2N® EasyGate PRO (from now only 'Easy Gate')
product, outline its application options and highlight the advantages following from its
use. This chapter also includes safety instructions.
Here is what you can find in this section:
1.1 Product Description
1.2 Changes
1.3 Terms and Symbols Used
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1.1 Product Description
Basic Features
The primary purpose of EasyGate is to transmit voice between a GSM network
and an attached FXO-interface terminal (PBX, telephone, answering machine,
etc.).
You can establish data connections (GPRS, CSD) and send/receive SMS using
EasyGate in combination with a PC and appropriate software.
You can send an SMS to a pre-programmed number using the SMS sending
input.
Analogue fax transmition on some models.
Version of EasyGate with Battery backup allows the function in case of power
failure.
Advantages of EasyGate use
Call cost cutting by forwarding GSM calls to EasyGate you save a lot on PSTN –
GSM calls.
Easy installation EasyGate is designed for immediate use without
programming.
You get all you need in the delivery your EasyGate delivery contains all you
need to operate the system (the power supply adapter, telephone cable, PC USB
cable, SMS input connector, CD-ROM with software).
Solution for sites without telephone lines such as mountain chalets,
exhibitions, conferences, etc.
CLIP EasyGate is equipped with the FSK-based CLIP feature, so if a terminal
capable of receiving the CLIP is used you know the caller's number.
Quick data connection EasyGate allows connection to internet using GPRS
connection (GPRS class 10, max. 85.6 kbps).
SMS sending input simply send an SMS to a pre-programmed number by
closing the contact. Recommended for easy supervision, simple securing, etc.
Radiation hazard minimization you are not exposed to a direct effect of the
antenna RF electromagnetic field while telephoning as opposed to mobile
telephones.
Full GSM coverage EasyGate is available in version quadband (850, 900, 1800,
1900MHz).
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Safety Precautions
Do not switch on EasyGate in the vicinity of medical apparatuses to avoid
interference. The minimum distance of the antenna and pacemakers should be 0.5m.
Do not switch on EasyGate aboard of a plane.
Do not switch on EasyGate near petrol stations, chemical facilities or sites where
explosives are used.
Any mobile telephone use prohibition based on RF energy radiation applies to
EasyGate too.
EasyGate may disturb the function of TV sets, radio sets and PCs.
Warning! EasyGate contains components that can be swallowed by small children
(SIM card, antenna, etc.).
The voltage value mentioned on the adapter may not be exceeded. If you
connect EasyGate to another power supply, make sure that the voltage value is in the
acceptable range.
When your EasyGate comes to the end of its operational life, dispose of it in
accordance with applicable regulations.
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1.2 Changes
Manual Version
Amendments to Earlier Versions
1.00
The User Manual applies to 2N® EasyGate II product line:
501323, 501333, 501343 and 501353.
1.01
Name changed to EasyGate PRO, minor changes
Cautions
The manufacturer continuously meets customer requirements by
improving the firmware. For the latest EasyGate processor firmware,
programming tool and User Manual see www.2n.cz.
For a detailed description of the EasyGate firmware upgrade refer to the
section devoted to the PC programming tool.
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1.3 Terms and Symbols Used
Manual Symbols
The following symbols and pictograms are used in the manual:
Safety
Always abide by this information to prevent persons from injury.
Warning
Always abide by this information to prevent damage to the device.
Caution
Important information for system functionality.
Tip
Useful information for quick and efficient functionality.
Note
Routines or advice for efficient use of the device.
Future functions
Grey marked text in this document specifies functions of EasyGate , which will be
supported in the future.
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2. Description and Installation
This section describes the 2N® EasyGate PRO product and its installation.
Here is what you can find in this section:
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Description
Before You Start
Mounting
Telephone Line Connection
SMS Sending Input Connection
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2.1 Description
EasyGate consites of GSM gateway in white plastic cover, removable antenna and
cables for connecting to phone set and PC
2N® EasyGate 's status is indicated by LED diodes on its front side. All possible states
are described in the following figure.
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Telephone Line Tones – Operational Tones
The GSM gateway sends tones to the telephone line to indicate the line status.
Following part describes the factory default setting. The tone frequency is 425 Hz.
Dial tone
continuous or morse A
EasyGate is registered to GSM network and ready to receive dialing.
Ringing tone
The called subscriber's telephone is ringing.
The GSM network transmits this tone.
Busy tone
The busy tone is transmitted in any of the following cases:
The SIM card has not been installed.
EasyGate is logged-out.
EasyGate is logged-in to a foreign network but roaming is disabled.
The called number has too many digits (more than 30).
The called number is barred.
The called subscriber line is busy.
The called subscriber has hung up (disconnection).
Dialing end signaling
Dialing reception has been terminated. Connection is being established.
PIN tone
Enter the PIN code.
This tone is transmitted upon power up if the PIN has to be entered manually.
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PUK tone
Enter the PUK code.
This tone is transmitted upon repeated wrong PIN entering attempts. SIM card is
blocked. PUK code can't be inserted in the gateway, it is necessary to use mobile
phone.
Telephone Line Tones – Programming Mode
Tones confirming/refusing the values entered are transmitted during telephone line
based programming. Each tone has a different melody.
Confirmation
Confirms that the service password or parameter number entered is correct and
has been accepted.
Refusal
Incorrect parameter number;
Incorrect parameter value
Transmitted when a parameter is cancelled with a
.
Saving
Parameter value entered is correct and has been saved.
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2.2 Before You Start
Product Completeness Check
Check the product for completeness before installation please:
1×
1×
1×
1×
1×
1×
1×
2×
2×
1×
1×
2N® EasyGate PRO
Antenna for direct connection1)
Magnetic Antenna with coax cable1)
Supply adapter
Telephone Cable
PC-connection USB cable
SMS sending input connector
Dowel
Bolt
Quick Installation Guide
CD-ROM with User Manual and software2)
Note
1)
Antenas: The delivery includes an antenna to be connected directly to
the EasyGate SMA connector and an antenna with a cable. The antenna
with a cable should be used when GSM signal is poor, in case of
interference with other devices or when poor quality of voice appears. You
have to find the best place for the antenna.
2)
Enclosed software and manuals: Software for gateway configuration
and upgrade PCManager UNI Simple SMS program for SMS sending and
receiving EasyGate Driver for PC allowing data connection GPRSUser
Manual and QuickStart in format PDF Lists of AT Commands for Cinterion
GSM module MC55i-w
Installation requirements
EasyGate is designed for vertical mounting on suspension holes. This position is
the best for signal reception when the antenna without cable is used. EasyGate
can be operated in the horizontal position too where the GSM signal is good or
when the antenna with cable is used.
Install EasyGate with respect to the GSM signal strength – check the signal
strength using the PCManager or LED indicator.
Place EasyGate out of range of sensitive devices and human bodies for
electromagnetic interference reasons.
For the allowed range of operating temperatures refer to the "Technical
Parameters".
It is impossible to operate EasyGate on sites exposed to direct solar radiation or
near heat sources.
EasyGate is designed for indoor use. It may not be exposed to rain, flowing
water, condensed moisture, fog, etc.
EasyGate may not be exposed to aggressive gas, acid vapours, solvents, etc.
EasyGate is not designed for environments with high vibrations such as means of
transport, machine rooms, etc .
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Caution
Check that you have everything needed for EasyGate start-up (SIM card,
analogue phone set or FXO port of PBX, eventually PC etc.)
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2.3 Mounting
External Antenna Connection
Screw the antenna enclosed into the SMA antenna connector.
Caution
Tighten the antenna connector gently with your hand – never use
wrenches!
Note
The antenna without cable has a sufficient gain for trouble-free operation
in normal conditions. If the GSM signal is poor or you want to place your
antenna separately from EasyGate , you can use an antenna with an
SMA-connector terminated cable. The antenna should be mounted
vertically.
The Antenna shall be located within the same building as the main
equipment.
For antenna parameters see the "Technical Parameters".
SIM Card Installation
Slot for SIM card is placed on the connector panel. Insert the SIM card to the slot with
contacts oriented to the front panel with LED. Make sure that the card is locked
properly.
Cautions
Make sure that the GSM provider's SIM card is compatible with the GSM
network supported by your EasyGate version.
Operator services and SIM card services, such as preferred networks, SMS
service centre, PIN protection etc. must be set in your mobile phone
before inserting your SIM card into EasyGate.
Power Supply Connection
EasyGate is fed with 10-16V DC. Where a source other than the included power supply
adapter is used, the voltage range and polarity have to be maintained. See technical
parameters.
EasyGate with battery option allows to support functionality in case of power failure.
For backup use four pieces of accumulators NiMh size AA. These accumulators are not
part of delivery. Put the accumulators to the battery holder on the bottom side under
the cover prior to installation. Polarity of accumulators is marked inside of the battery
space.
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Warning
Do not activate the power supply until the antenna is connected to
EasyGate to avoid the GSM module damage.
For backup use only suggested type of accumulators NiMh size AA. Only
this type of storage batteries is permitted for use!.When another type
of batteries is used, there is a danger of damage of device or even
explosion!
The battery should never be placed in municipal waste. Please
check local regulations for disposal of batteries.
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2.4 Telephone Line Connection
PBX Connection
Connect EasyGate to a free CO line of your PBX. Configure your PBX in such a manner
that GSM outgoing calls are routed to EasyGate.
Tip
EasyGate is equipped with the FSK-based CLIP function. If your PBX is
able to process the caller's ID, you are advised to enable this function.
Telephone Set (Answering Machine, Coin Telephone Station)
Connection
You can connect a standard telephone, answering machine or any other FXO-interface
terminal to EasyGate. Optionally you can connect analogue fax (special model of
EasyGate).
Tip
EasyGate is equipped with the FSK-based CLIP and so it is advantageous
to connect a terminal that is able to display the CLIP.
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2.5 SMS Sending Input Connection
You have got a special connector for easy connection to EasyGate. The connector is
equipped with screwing clamps to connect wires leading to a switching contact (device
to be monitored). The other connector end can be connected to the respective
EasyGate panel connector.
The input is designed for the switching contact connected between the input pins. The
input is activated by contact closing (pin interconnection).
A transistor switch or logic signal can be used too. The pin near the telephone line
connector is connected to GND of the device the second one is active. Please, respect
the loop current polarity. The input is over-voltage protected (up to +12V DC).
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3. 2N® EasyGate PRO
Configuration
This section describes configuration of the product 2N® EasyGate PRO.
Here is what you can find in this section:
3.1 2N® EasyGate PRO Configuration
3.2 Table of Parameters
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3.1 2N® EasyGate PRO Configuration
PC Connection
An USB cable is added to the package. Use it to interconnection PC and EasyGate.
Caution
If is used another USB cable make sure that a longer cable works properly
to avoid errors at high transmission rates.
EasyGate Parameter Programming
All EasyGate parameters have such default values that meet most users' demands and
need not be changed. To change EasyGate parameters in spite of that, you can either:
Use a PC with the PCManager UNI installed. All functions supported by EasyGate
can be set using the PC.
Or use the DTMF programming on a telephone line. Not all functions can be set in
this way.
Telephone Line based Programming
1. Hook off the telephone, you can hear the dial tone or the busy tone, and the Line
LED starts flashing.
2. Enter the service password (12345 by default, can be changed) with the DTMF;
to cancel a wrong password hang up before sending the
character.
3. To confirm password enter a
.
4. If you have entered a correct password, you hear the confirmation tone. If not,
the dialed number may be sent to the GSM network as a call. To prevent this,
hang up when you do not hear the confirmation tone.
5. EasyGate shall remain in the programming mode until hang-up.
6. Enter the number of the parameter to be programmed and press a
. If the
parameter number is correct, you can hear the confirmation tone, if not, you get
the refusal tone and can re-enter the parameter number.
7. When the parameter number is confirmed, enter the allowed parameter value
and press a
. If the parameter value is in the allowed range, you can hear
the saving tone, if not, you get the refusal tone. You can enter another
parameter number in either case.
Numeric parameters are programmed using numbers in units included in the parameter
description. For YES/NO parameters use
for YES and
for NO.
To cancel any programming step in the programming mode, press a
. Having
done so, you can hear the refusal tone and can enter a new parameter number.
Parameters are saved when the saving tone is transmitted. Hang up to quit
programming.
Example:
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Dial
Confirmation
Description
Password entering, OK
Transmission volume parameter, OK
Set to medium level, saved
Non-existent parameter number, refusal
PC based Programming
For programming, connect EasyGate to a PC with a USB cable and make sure that the
PCManager UNI is installed. Programming is intuitive and easy. All steps are
accompanied with texts hints above all items you point at with the mouse.
EasyGate data uploading and storing, including firmware upgrade, are executed in a
special mode, in which EasyGate waits for about 3s after power up (all LEDs are on). If
instructed so by the PCManager UNI during this timeout, EasyGate remains in this
mode as long as it is necessary. If EasyGate is not reset after the PCManager UNI is
terminated, switch the system off and on again.
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Installation and setting of EasyGate PCManager (Win7)
1. Connect EasyGate to the PC using USB connection. EasyGate must be switched
off.
2. After connecting is the virtual serial port in PC installed automatically. I case,
that the port doesn't install automatically and unknown device is detected, install
drivers by using file: Drivers/win/CDM20814_Setup.exe.
3. Find the number of virtual port using Device manager. Look at setting of COM
ports and find port marked as USB Serial Port(COMn).
4. Install PCManagerSmG from CD.
5. Run EasyGate PCManager, select the language on the upper bar.
6. In menu Program select Setup. Set the COM port – local and select COM port
number according information from point 3.
Using of PCManager - basic
1. The main purpose of PCManager UNI is setting of configuration and upgrade
firmware of EasyGate.
2. When the configuration in EasyGate should be changed, the configuration must
be first loaded from EasyGate, than edited using PCManager and finaly saved
back to EasyGate.
3. The groups of parameters are listed is in the left window of the program. All
parameters are described in next part of this manual. There is interactive help in
PCManager for all parameters.
4. When you start with any operation which needs communication with EasyGate,
the gateway must be switched to special programming mode. PCManager will
show you the demand to switch the gateway off and on to set it to this mode.
Further Data Handling Options
In addition to the EasyGate memory, settings can be saved in a PC file and reloaded
into the PCManager. This is recommended for backing up of current configurations or
saving the same configuration to another Easy Gate unit.
Caution
The table Security includes the PIN code and service password. These
parameters have a special handling. They are not saved in a PC file for
security reasons. If you load a PC file into the PCManager UNI and then
into EasyGate, the PIN and service password should not change unless
you change them manually before saving.
Caution
All tables are filled-in with default values when PCManager UNI starts. It is
recommended to load data from EasyGate before parameters
programming and saving. If you only save data after PCManager UNI
start, all parameters except the PIN and service password in the EasyGate
memory will have default values.
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Caution
The PIN and service password can only be modified either manually or by
full initialization.
Monitoring
Monitoring is active when EasyGate is in operation and registered to the GSM network.
If EasyGate is not registered to GSM, the COM is locked and no monitoring can be
made.
This simple informative function helps you identify:
The GSM module type and IMEI ID;
The SIM card IMSI ID and selected SMS service centre necessary for SMS
sending;
The GSM provider's name and signal strength received by EasyGate - this
information helps you find the optimum signal location (the information is
updated in 10s intervals);
The EasyGate line status – standby, outgoing call, incoming call including
telephone number. The serial port is locked during dialing and incoming call
ringing, so the PCManager reports serial port blocking.
Firmware Upgrade
The firmware actualization of 2N® Easy Gate is done in programming mode using
PCManager UNI. Description of upgrade follows.
Upgrading procedure
1. Run the PCManager UNI, select the language for displaying texts on the
right-hand side.
2. In menu File use Upgrade or select proper icon from bar. When the gateway is
not in programming mode, you will be instructed to switch the gateway on and
on.
3. If there is more then one file in the PCManager directory, chose one of them. The
upgrade takes place automatically. Do not switch your PC or EasyGate off
during the process of upgrading!
Caution
The PCManager checks the software version in EasyGate and the upgrade
file. If the version in the file is new, everything is all right. An identical or
earlier software version is stored in EasyGate too but the PCManager
requires confirmation to be on the safe side.
Caution
The manufacturer responds to clients' requirements with periodical
firmware updating. The current EasyGate firmware, PCManager and User
Manual are available on www.2n.cz.
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3.2 Table of Parameters
All programmable parameters are listed in this section. Each parameter is accompanied
with the unit used, function number (if available) for programming via a telephone line,
description of EasyGate's behavior, setting options, setting step and default
(initialization) value.
Numeric parameters must be set in unit listed in the parameter description. For
parameters with different setting are values defined in the parameters description (for
phone line programming in parenthesis). When phone line programming is used,
character
can't be included in the string, because it is dedicated for confirmation of
the new parameter value.
Telephone interface FXS parameters
Dialing parameters
Type of dialing (Function No.:100)
Select the dialing type to be received by EasyGate on the FXS interface. 2N® EasyGate
accepts only the selected type of dialing, ignoring the others.
Setting options:
DTMF (0) -EasyGate receives tone dialing only.
Pulse (1)-EasyGate receives pulse dialing only
Default setting:DTMF
Time to dial [s] (Function No.:101)
Timeout during which EasyGate waits for further digits to be dialed. It starts to
establish connection when this timeout passes.
Setting options: 1-255 s
Setting step: 1 s
Default setting: 5 s
Minimal On Hook [ms] (Function No.:102)
The minimum line current break that EasyGate evaluates as hang-up.
Setting options: 100-25500 ms
Setting step: 100 ms
Default setting: 500 ms
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DTMF during call (Function No.: 107)
When DTMF is transmitted in voice channel of GSM network problem with quality can
occur, because the GSM compression can damage the signal. You can set digital
transmission mode, than SmartGate mutes original DTMF signal from telephone line,
and instead of this transmits digital DTMF in signaling channel. This function can't solve
problems, when Easy Gate receives DTMF, it influences sending direction only and it is
active only when Easy Gate originates the call.
Setting options: Analogue – DTMF transmission trough voice channel without
change (0)
Digital – DTMF is muted in voice channel and is transmitted digitally
(1)
Default setting: Analogue
Beep after dialing end (Function No.:103)
Select a beep to signal the end of dialing (beginning of outgoing call establishing).
Setting options: YES(1)/NO(0)
Default setting: YES
Signaling
Line reversal indication for call in progress (Function No.:110)
Select call in progress signaling by telephone line polarity reversal on FXS interface.
There is voltage of reversed polarity on the telephone line during the whole call.
Setting options: YES(1)/NO(0)
Default setting: NO
Tariff pulse when call starts/ends (Function No.:111)
Signaling of call start or end by tariff pulse.
Setting options:
None (0)- EasyGate doesn't send tariff pulse as signaling of callstart/end.
Call end (1) - EasyGate sends tariff pulse when call ends.
Call start (2)- EasyGate sends tariff pulse when call starts.
Call start and end (3) - EasyGate sends tariff pulse when call starts and ends
too.
Default setting: None
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Tariff pulse frequency (Function No.:112)
Tariff pulse frequency setting.
Setting options:
16 kHz (0)- EasyGate transmits 16 kHz tariff pulses
12 kHz (1)- EasyGate transmits 12 kHz tariff pulses
Default setting: 16 kHz
Tone settings
Dial tone – Double frequency tone[Hz] (Function No.:-)
Parameter can be set for all three types of tone (Dial tone, Busy tone,Ringbacktone).
This parameter is intended for switching between single tone and double tone setting.
When the parameter is set, the second frequency of appropriate tone must be set too.
When this parameter isn't set, the second frequency is automatically set to the same
value, which results in single tone generation. This parameter can't be set using phone
line programming. When the phone line programming is used for frequency change,
both tones must be set (for single frequency to the same value).
Setting options: YES/NO
Default setting: NO
Dial tone – frequency 1[Hz] (Function No.:120)
Setting of frequency 1 of dial tone. This tone is generated after Off-Hook in case
EasyGate is ready to accept dialing.
Setting options: 1-3400 Hz
Setting step: 1 HzD
efault setting: 425 Hz
Dial tone – frequency 2[Hz] (Function No.:121)
Setting of frequency 2 of dial tone.
Setting options: 1-3400 Hz
Setting step: 1 Hz
Default setting: 425 Hz
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Dial tone - cadence (Function No.:122)
Dial tone cadence setting.
Setting options:
Continuous ( 0) - EasyGate generate continuous dial tone
Morse A (1) - EasyGate generate dial tone with 330/330/660/660 ms
timing
Default setting: Continuous
Busy tone – frequency 1[Hz] (Function No.:123)
Setting of frequency 1 of busy tone.
Setting options: 1-3400 Hz
Setting step: 1 Hz
Default setting: 425 Hz
Busy tone – frequency 2[Hz] (Function No.:124)
Setting of frequency 2 of busy tone.
Setting options: 1-3400 Hz
Setting step: 1 Hz
Default setting: 425 Hz
Busy tone - cadence (Function No.:125)
Busy tone cadence setting.
Setting options:
330/330 ms (0)-cadence 330 ms tone, 330 ms pause
200/200 ms (1)-cadence 200 ms tone, 200 ms pause
250/250 ms (2)-cadence 250 ms tone, 250 ms pause
375/375 ms (3)-cadence 375 ms tone, 375 ms pause
500/500 ms (4)-cadence 500 ms tone, 500 ms pause
Default setting: 330/330 ms
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Ring back tone – frequency 1 [Hz] (Function No.:126)
Setting of frequency 1 of ringback tone. This tone is send after dialing end, before GSM
network starts to generate its own Ringback tone.
Setting options: 1-3400 Hz
Setting step: 1 Hz
Default setting: 425 Hz
Ringback tone – frequency 2 [Hz] (Function No.:127)
Setting of frequency 2 of ringback tone.
Setting options: 1-3400 Hz
Setting step: 1 Hz
Default setting: 425 Hz
Ringback tone - cadence (Function No.: 128)
Ringback tone cadence setting.
Setting options:
OFF (0) -not generated, only network tone
1000/4000 ms (1) -cadence 1 s tone, 4 s pause
400/200/400/2000 ms (2) -cadence 2x400 ms tone, 2 s pause
1500/3500 ms (3) -cadence 1,5 s tone, 3,5 s pause
2000/4000 ms (4) -cadence 2 s tone, 4 s pause
Default setting: OFF
Tone after disconnection (Function No.:129)
If the remote subscriber hangs up first, the EasyGate subscriber can hear the tone
selected here.
Setting options:
Busy (0)-EasyGate transmits the busy tone upon call end.
Permanent (1) -EasyGate transmits the permanent tone upon call
end.
Default setting: Busy tone
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Volumes
Transmission volume (Function No.:190)
Volume setting for GSM transmission with a 4 dB step.
Setting options: 1-5
Setting step: 1
Default setting: 3 = medium volume level
Reception volume (Function No.:191)
Volume setting for GSM reception with a 4 dB step.
Setting options: 1-5
Setting step: 1
Default setting: 3 = medium volume level
Ringing signal settings
Ringing signal – frequency [Hz] (Function No.:140)
Ringing signal frequency setting.
Setting options: 25 / 50 Hz-EasyGate rings with 50 or 25 Hz on FXS interface
Default setting: 50 Hz
Ringing signal - cadence (Function No.:141)
Ringing signal cadency setting.
Setting options:
1000/4000 ms (0) - 1 s ring, 4 s pause
400/200/400/2000 ms (1)- 400ms ring, 200ms pause,
400ms ring, 2s pause1500/3500 ms (2) - 1,5 s ring, 3,5 s pause
2000/4000 ms (3) - 2 s ring, 4 s pause
Default setting: 1000/4000 ms
CLI transmitting (Function No.:148)
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Set this item to enable/disable identification of a telephone line calling from a GSM
network. The function can be enabled if you have a device on your telephone line that
is capable of receiving FSK according to ETSI standards.
Setting options: Disable (0) - EasyGate does not transmit the CLI.
FSK during ringing (1) -EasyGate transmits the FSK-based CLI
according to the ETSI EN 300 659 standard (transmission during
ringing).
Default setting: Disable
Replace character + in CLI by (Function No.:149)
If this parameter is filled, the + character in the international prefix of CLI is replaced
by the defined string. The + character can neither be transmitted by the FSK protocol
nor dialed by the DTMF from a terminal.
Setting options: 0-4 characters (0-9,*,#)
Default setting: blank
Automatic call
BabyCall number (Function No.: 180)
A number to be dialed for the automatic call function. If this item is blank, the function
is disabled.
Setting options: 0-15 characters (0-9,*,#,+)
Default setting: blank
BabyCall timeout [s] (Function No.: 181)
Time between line Off-Hook and automatic call beginning (if enabled). During this
timeout EasyGate waits for dialing that cancels the automatic call. You can make
standard call if the BabyCall function is enabled.
Setting options: 0-15 s
Setting step: 1 s
Default setting: 0 s
FXS Routing Parameters
All parameters related to the number dialed for an outgoing call are arranged in this
table. According to the prefix you can:
Bar the number to be dialed - the calling subscriber hears the busy tone;
Accelerate connection establishing by knowing the number length for the given
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prefix;
Accelerate connection establishing by allowing to terminate dialing with a #;
Modify the number to be dialed by removing and/or adding digits.
Set tariff metering for the given prefix.
Set time limit for call
Every table line includes a prefix (of variable length) plus parameters that define
EasyGate's behavior in case the beginning of the dialed number matches this prefix.
The table can contain up to 120 different prefixes.
There may be exceptions to the rule - a number may start with the same digits but has
to be served in a different way. Any table line that starts with the same prefix followed
by one or more digits is considered an exception of the line with shorter prefix.
Remember to complete the "Other numbers" line for a number whose prefix is not
included in the table.
An example in the figure below shows how to bar all international calls with the
exception of calls to Slovakia including dialing acceleration by selecting the number
length parameter and tariff setting (5 impulses after call connect and then one impulse
every 10 seconds). All other calls are enabled and their tariff is one impulse every 30
second.
Figure 3.2: Routing table
Operator for Integra (Function No.: 405)
In some GSM networks you can add to dialed number # character and PBX subscriber
number. Subscriber number is displayed on other side together with CLI. This
parameter take place when dialed number doesn't contain # character.
Setting options: 0-8 characters (0-9)
Default setting: blank
Caution!
Configuration using phone line programming (DTMF) is applicable for line
'Other prefixes' only.
Prefix (Function No.:-)
A prefix identifying the call type (GSM, trunk call, free call, etc.). "Other numbers" line
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is used for calls with prefixes that are not included in the table.
Setting options:0-14 characters (0-9,*,#)
Default setting: blank
Call enable (Function No.: 391)
This parameter allows/bars calls with prefixes included on the same line.
Setting options: YES/NO
Default setting: YES
Number length (Function No.: 393)
The parameter defines the expected length of a number with a prefix included on the
same line. This enables to start dialing into a GSM network immediately after the last
digit is dialed. If the telephone number to be dialed is shorter, a timeout is respected.
The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.
Setting options: 0, 3-15
Setting step: 1
Default setting: 0
End with # (Function No.: 394)
This parameter enables to establish the call when a # is received. The # character is
removed from the dialed number. If a # should be part of the dialed number, this
function cannot be used for the given prefix.
Setting options: YES (1)/NO (0)
Default setting: NO
Remove (Function No.: 395)
The Remove parameter is used for automatic call routing. A defined count of digits
(prefix) is removed from the number beginning.
Setting options: 0-20
Setting step: 1
Default setting: 0
Add (Function No.: 396)
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The Add parameter is used for automatic call routing. A defined string (prefix) is added
to the beginning of the number to be dialed.
Setting options: 0-8 characters (0-9,*,#,+)
Default setting: blank
Extra tariff (Function No.: 397)
Pseudo tariff metering setting (tariff is based on call duration). The Extra tariff
parameter defines transmitting of fixed quantity of tariff pulses after call start. This
parameter sets minimal call cost.
Setting options: 0-255
Setting step: 1
Default setting: 0
Tariff [s] (Function No.: 398)
Pseudo tariff metering setting (tariff is based on call duration). The Tariff parameter
sets the call cost according to call duration. Set how often in seconds do you want to
transmit pulses. Smaller number means more expansive call. Zero means not to
transmit pulses according to call duration.
Setting options: 0-255 s
Setting step: 1 s
Default setting: 0 s
Time limit [min] (Function No.: 399)
After time elapsing is call connection terminated immediately. You can hear beep 30s
before end of call. 10s before end you can hear beep every second. The "0" setting
means that the function is disabled.
Setting options: 0-255 min
Setting step: 1 min
Default setting: 0 (disabled)
Bank No (Function No.:-)
Special function – with FW 1.5x and 3.5x only. Don't use this parameter and the menu
'Free minutes bank', with detailed setting of free minutes banks, for standard Easy
Gate.
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GSM routing parameters
Incoming calls from GSM contain the CLI. According to received CLI Easy Gate can do
following:
Reject the call;
Use function CallBack – automatic call to the GSM subscriber;
Automatic dial in. EasyGate dials preprogrammed PBX subscriber number (for
example switchboard operator) to be connected with calling GSM subscriber.
FXS line Off-Hook to DISA timeout [ms] (Function No.: 500)
Timeout between FXS line Off-Hook and automatic dial in according to parameter "Dial
in" in the table.
Setting options: 100-25500 ms
Setting step: 100 ms
Default setting: 2000 ms
Max. ring time for CallBack (Function No.: 502)
Parameter sets up a behaviour for CallBack function. You've got 2 options how to use a
Callback on the FXS port:
Simple CallBack - set up for 0. During an incoming call the FXS port gives a ringing.
When the FXS port is off-hooked an incoming call from GSM is rejected and after 10s
the gateway calls back the GSM number. During those 10s the caller must hang up to
be ready for answering the callback call. On the FXS port a melody is played.
Advanced Callback - set up for 1-255. During an incoming call the FXS port gives a
ringing. If the caller wants to use a callback functionality he/she must hang up before
the parameter Max. ring time for Callback runs out. The gateway then calls back
immediately. If the call is answered on the analog side earlier the called party hears
the melody. If the call is answered on the GSM side first then the calling party number
hears the melody. If the caller doesn't want to use the Callback he just doesn't hang up
and the call is handled as a standard incoming call.
Setting options: 0-255 s
Setting step: 1 s
Default setting: 5 s
FAX from GSM route to (Function No.: 509)
Incoming FAX call from GSM network you can route to telephone line FXS, or to serial
line (PCFax). Parameter takes place only on models with FAX converter, on other
models FAX calls are routed always to serial line.
Setting options:
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-FXS line - Incoming FAX call is routed to FAX machine on FXS line.
-COM - Incoming FAX call is routed to serial line
Default setting: FXS line
DATA from GSM route to (Function No.: 508)
Incoming DATA call from GSM network you can route to telephone line FXS, or to serial
line. Parameter takes place only on models with FAX/DATA converter, on other models
DATA calls are routed always to serial line.
Setting options:
-FXS line - Incoming DATA call is routed to modem on FXS line
-COM - Incoming DATA call is routed to COM
Default setting: FXS line
Caution
Configuration using phone line programming (DTMF) is applicable for line
'Other prefixes' only.
CLI – calling number (Function No.: -)
Fill in CLI, to route the call according to parameter on the same table line. It is possible
to fill in only prefix for group of CLI's. If parameter "Substring" = 0, you must fill prefix
as you see it on display of your mobile phone - It means inclusive of + and
international prefix if they are included. If parameter "Substring" > 0, 2N® SmartGate
UMTS searches filled prefix as substring of the received CLI, but max. to position given
by "Substring" parameter. Positions are counted from zero. See examples in
"Substring" parameter hint.
Setting options: 0-16 characters (0-9,*,#,+)
Default setting: blank
Substring (Function No.: -)
Parameter is used to make filling CLI prefix easier. If parameter "Substring" > 0,
EasyGate searches filled prefix as substring of the received CLI, but max. to position
given by "Substring" parameter. Positions are counted from zero.
for example received CLI +420603198222 corresponds with settings:
CLI - calling number
+420603198222
+420603
+420
603198222
603
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Setting options: 0-15
Step: 1
Default setting: 0
Route to (Function No.: 591)
It is possible to route incoming GSM call to FXS interface or reject it. When the call is
routed to FXS port you can use the CallBack feature. For correct functionality please
set up "Max. ring time for Callback" parameter.
Setting options: FXS (0) -incoming call is routed to FXS
FXS CallBack (2) -incoming call is routed to FXS with CallBack
functionality
Reject (4) -incoming call is rejected
Default setting: FXS
Dial in (Function No.: 592)
Parameter "Dial in" is used for automatic connection to switchboard operator, or
directly to other subscriber. If this parameter is blank, calling person has telephone line
fully at disposal and has to dial the subscriber number by DTMF. You can fill only #
character to disable Integra function.
Setting options: 0-16 characters (0-9,*,#)
Default setting: blank
Time limit [min] (Function No.: 599)
After time elapsing is call connection terminated immediately. You can hear beep 30s
before end of call. 10s before end you can hear beep every second. The "0" setting
means that the function is disabled.
Setting options: 0-255 min
Setting step: 1 min
Default setting: 0 min
SMS Sending Input Parameters
Telephone number for SMS (Function No.: 600)
The telephone number to which an SMS is sent upon SMS input activation. If blank, the
function is off.
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Setting options: 0-16 characters (0-9,*,#,+)
Default setting: blank
SMS text (Function No.:-)
The SMS text to be sent to the preset telephone number. If the SMS text is blank, an
empty SMS is sent.
Setting options: 0-40 characters
Default setting: blank
Send if activated longer than [ms] (Function No.: 601)
Set the SMS activation time necessary for SMS sending. This parameter prevents SMS
sending in the event of short-time activation. If a "0" is selected, SMS is sent
immediately upon the input activation.
Setting options: 0-25500 ms
Setting step: 100 ms
Default setting: 0 ms
Timeout after sending [s] (Function No.: 602)
Set the Time of inactivity after SMS sending. During this timeout no SMS is sent even if
the SMS input gets activated. This prevents sending multiple SMS units in the case of
repeated activation of the input.
Setting options: 0-2550 s
Setting step: 10 s
Default setting: 0 s
GSM & SIM Parameters
GSM operator lock (Function No.:- )
Provider blocking is set by manufacturer in EasyGate. If EasyGate is blocked to a GSM
provider, no other GSM provider's SIM card can be used. If an unacceptable SIM card is
used, the GSM modules does not registered to GSM and the GSM network LED flashes
quickly on the EasyGate panel.
CLIR - incognito (Function No.: 701)
Sets the calling line identification restriction (CLIR) for outgoing calls from EasyGate.
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Attention, before enabling it is necessary to activate this feature by GSM operator,
otherwise outgoing calls can be rejected by GSM network.
Setting options: -According to provider (0) - depending on how the function is
selected in the GSM network
-Activation (1) - ID is not sent.
-Suppression (2) - ID is always sent
Default setting: According to provider
Roaming enable/disable (Function No.: 702)
You can make EasyGate work even if it is registered to a foreign GSM network.
Setting options: -Disable (0) - The GSM module logs out of a foreign network and
attempts to register again in within 5 minutes.
-Enable (1) - EasyGate works in any GSM network.
Default setting: Disable
Call Handover workaround (Function No.: 703)
This parameter offers a workaround to prevent problems during call handover into the
1900 MHz (or 1800 MHz) band, caused by non-conforming configurations of the 1900
MHz (or 1800 MHz) GSM network.
Setting options: -Disable (0) -Disable workaround.
-Enable (1) -Enable workaround.
-Select only when handover into a 1800/1900MHz band fails.
Default setting: Disable
GPRS APN (Function No.:-)
GPRS APN (Access Point Name) for automatic setting.
Setting options: 0-40 characters
Default setting: blank
AMR Enable (Function No.: 704)
You can disable AMR (Adaptive Multi Rate) on GSM module to improve voice quality in
some GSM networks
Setting options: -Enable (1)
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-Disable (0)
Default setting: Enable
Low credit checking with prepaid SIM
Time period for low credit checking [h] (Function No.: 710)
Set to change time interval between credit checks. If your credit drops under defined
value, EasyGate sends SMS "LOW CREDIT". The "0" setting means that the function is
disabled.
Setting options: 0-255 h
Step: 1 h
Default setting: 0
Code for credit checking (Function No.: 711)
Credit in prepaid SIM cards is checked by network function, which displays text
message on mobile phone display. Code of network function must be terminated with
"#" symbol.
ATTENTION
find out if you have to pay for this function. Every check can lower your
credit.
Setting options: 0-8 characters (0-9,*,#,+)
Default setting: blank
Minimal credit (Function No.: 712)
Set minimal credit value to send warning SMS "LOW CREDIT". If credit is lower then
given value, warning SMS is send after every credit check, until you recharge your SIM
card.
Setting options: 0-999
Step: 1
Default setting: 0
Credit value position in received SMS (Function No.: 713)
If there are more numbers except credit value in text answer (e.g. date, time and so
on) EasyGate seeks the number corresponding with credit value from given position in
text. The seek algorithm skips every non-number character. If credit value is the first
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number in text you can leave setting 0. If there are other numbers before credit value,
set parameter to text position, from which the algorithm will seek.
Setting options: 0-180
Step: 1
Default setting: 0
Telephone number for service SMS
Telephone number for service SMS. The number is common for GGMC SMS, for "LOW
CREDIT" SMS on prepaid SIM cards and for battery status SMS. To be set in part
Service.
Service
Hardware version
EasyGate hardware version - for information only (cannot be modified). Must be used
for communication with the manufacturer.
Firmware version
EasyGate firmware version - EasyGate central processor program version. The
manufacturer can issue upgrades to extend functions. To load new firmware into
EasyGate use the Upgrade function. Keep communicating with the manufacturer.
Serial number
EasyGate serial number - for information only (cannot be changed). Must be used for
communication with the manufacturer.
Blocked to operator
Refer to GSM & SIM Parameters.
COM enable (Function No.: 960)
With this parameter you can enable/disable the serial interface function. You can
disable communication in the operating mode, maintaining the special programming
mode after power up.
Setting options: YES/NO
Default setting: YES
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Time limit for data connections (Function No.: -)
After time elapsing is data/fax connection terminated immediately without warning.
The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.
Setting options: 0-255 min
Step: 1 min
Default setting: 0
Telephone number for service SMS (Function No.: 714)
Telephone number for service SMS. The number is common for GGMC SMS and "LOW
CREDIT" SMS on prepaid SIM cards.
Setting options: 0-16 characters (0-9,*,#,+)
Default setting: blank
Time period for GGMC SMS [h] (Function No.: 970)
Time interval for GGMC SMS sending. GGMC = GSM Gateway Monitoring Centre. The
"0" setting means that the function is disabled.
Setting options: 0-255 h
Step: 1 h
Default setting: 0
Battery status SMS (Function No.: 962)
Setting of this parameter allows sending SMS with information with battery status.
Disconnecting of battery (Battery Error) and connecting of battery (Battery Ready) and
critically low voltage (Battery flat) is reported by SMS.
Setting options: enable (1)
disable (0)
Default setting: disable
Power failure SMS (Function No.: 963)
Mains status can be reported when this parameter is set. The report about mains
failure and recover is sent with defined delay (Power off/on).
Setting options: disable (0)
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Enable with delay 1-255 min
Default setting: disable
Initialization
All programmable parameters are arranged in tables according to their functions. You
can initialize either all parameters at once or one table of parameters.
Telephone line initialization FXS (Function No.: -)
Initialization of all parameters necessary for the telephone line FXS.
Call table initialization FXS (Function No.: -)
Initialization of all parameters related to FXS routing table.
Call table initialization GSM (Function No.: -)
Initialization of all parameters related to GSM routing table.
Initialization of GSM & SIM (Function No.: -)
Initialization of all parameters related to the GSM network and SIM card (except the
PIN code).
SMS input initialization (Function No.: -)
Initialization of all parameters for SMS sending upon SMS input activation.
Global initialization (Function No.: 999)
Initialization of all EasyGate parameters including the PIN and service password.
Only Global initialization can be done by phone line programming. As parameter of this
function service password followed by
must be used. This operation isn't followed
by confirmation tone. Successful setting is followed by pause (aprox.10s), during this
time period is performed reset of configuration memory. Than is the gateway restarted.
Security Parameters
PIN - value (Function No.: 700)
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Fill in the PIN value for automatic PIN entering upon EasyGate power up. It is applied
only if the SIM card is PIN secured. If the given PIN fails to match the SIM, it is deleted
automatically. If entered via a telephone line upon EasyGate start, the PIN is stored
automatically.
Setting options: 0, 4-8 characters (0-9)
Upon full initialization: blank
Service password (Function No.: 900)
Fill the service password for programming via a telephone line. Some parameters can
be programmed by DTMF dialing and so the access to programming must be
password-protected.
Setting options:4-8 characters (0-9)
Upon full initialization: 12345
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4. Function and Use
This section describes the basic and extending functions of the product 2N® EasyGate
PRO
Here is what you can find in this section:
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Voice Function
FAX and Data Function
SMS Sending Input
Data Connection Using USB Port
SIM Card PIN protection
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4.1 Voice Function
Outgoing and incoming call establishing procedures for an analog telephone are
described for illustration. The procedures are the same for the EasyGate-PBX
connection, just remember to program call routing to EasyGate properly. Check
EasyGate's function by connecting a telephone before.
Suppose that a SIM card has been inserted, the PIN code entered or not required, the
antenna connected and EasyGate registered to GSM network – the GSM network LED is
permanently on and you can hear the dial tone upon off-hook.
Outgoing Call
1. Hook off the telephone, you can hear the dial tone and the Line LED starts
flashing.
2. Dial the required GSM subscriber number. Since EasyGate receives tone dialing
by default, select the DTMF mode. If your telephone transmits pulse dialing only,
program EasyGate to receive pulse dialing. The delay between digits to be dialed
may not exceed 5 s (programmable parameter). The number is evaluated as
complete and transmitted to the GSM network after this timeout.
3. A short delay follows the last-dialed digit for EasyGate to await further dialing.
Then, the dialing end is signaled and connection is established.
4. If the called subscriber is available, you can hear the ringing tone. If not, you can
hear the busy tone or any of the GSM provider's messages.
5. When the called subscriber answers the call, a call is established. The Line LED is
permanently on during the call.
6. Hang up to terminate the call. The Line LED goes off. If the called subscriber is
the first to hang up, you can hear the busy tone and hang up.
Incoming Call
1. Ringing signals an incoming call. The Line LED flashes during ringing. If
programmed so, EasyGate transmits the CLIP by FSK between the first and
second rings. Advanced telephone sets are able to display the CLI.
2. Hook off the phone to establish the call. The Line LED is permanently on during
the call.
3. Hang up to terminate the call. The Line LED goes off. If the called subscriber is
the first to hang up, you can hear the busy tone and hang up.
Automatic Call ("Baby Call")
If the BabyCall function is enabled, a pre-programmed period of time is counted down
after off-hook. If you do not start dialing within this timeout, EasyGate signals dialing
end and starts establishing a call to the pre-programmed number automatically – from
now on EasyGate behaves as if a standard outgoing call had been established. Any
dialing during the BabyCall timeout cancels this function and a standard outgoing call
can be made.
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Tariff pulses 16 or 12 kHz
EasyGate has tariff pulse transmitter. You can use tariff pulses for outgoing call pricing.
EasyGate offer pseudotariff only – tariff metering doesn't correspond to real price of
call, tariff pulses are transmitted according to programmed parameters and call
duration. You must program specific parameters in call table to set tariff metering for
different prefixes of dialed numbers.
You can also program EasyGate to transmit tariff pulses as call connect/disconnect
signaling if your PBX cannot receive telephone line polarity change signaling.
Configuration of network services
EasyGate provides some of network services to improve possibility of usage. The
configuration is done by standard Star-Hash codes you can know from mobile phones.
To configure these services:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Hook off the telephone, you can hear the dial tone.
Enter the Star-Hash code described below.
Wait for information tone. You may wait about 3 seconds.
Hook on.
Information tones:
Confirmation - OK:
Confirms that the service was configured correctly.
Confirmation - bad:
Service was not correctly configured
Service isn't activated by your provider
Confirmation - service activated:
Confirms that the service was configured correctly and the service is activated.
Confirmation - service deactivated:
Confirms that the service was configured correctly and the service is deactivated.
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Call forwarding
For forwarding activation you must specify <Telephone number> the calls will be
forwarded to. You may specify <Call type>, if you want to forward specified call type
only. You may specify <Delay time> in seconds for forwarding if no answer too.
Description of <Call type> field codes:
Voice:
Data:
Fax:
Call forwarding unconditional
If activated, incoming calls will be always forwarded to the configured telephone
number.
Activation for all call types:
<Telephone number>
Activation for selected call type:
<Telephone number>
<Call type>
Deactivation:
Status check:
Call forwarding if busy
If activated, incoming calls will be forwarded to the configured telephone number if
there is call in progress on EasyGate.
Activation for all call types:
<Telephone number>
Activation for selected call type:
<Telephone number>
<Call type>
Deactivation:
Status check:
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Call forwarding if no answer
If activated, incoming calls will be forwarded to the configured telephone number if
incoming call isn't answered during specified timeout. Default timeout is 20 seconds.
Activation for all call types:
<Telephone number>
Activation for selected call type:
<Telephone number>
<Call type>
Activation for all call types and specified delay time:
<Telephone number>
<Delay time>
Activation for selected call type and specified delay time:
<Telephone number>
<Call type>
<Delay time>
Deactivation:
Status check:
Call forwarding if not accessible
If activated, incoming calls will be forwarded to the configured telephone number if
your EasyGate is not accessible in the GSM network.
Activation for all call types:
<Telephone number>
Activation for selected call type:
<Telephone number>
<Call type>
Deactivation:
Status check:
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Call waiting
If the call waiting is activated the incoming call isn't refused if there is call in progress
on EasyGate. If there is the other incoming call during connected call it will be
indicated by tone. See 0. for multiple calls management.
Activation:
Deactivation:
Status check:
Call hold
Check if your network supports the service before you use it.
This service relates to Call waiting described in 5.7. If there is call waiting on the line,
you have more possibilities what to do. Every action is made by FLASH and DTMF code:
To terminate all held calls, or reject waiting call dial:
To terminating active call and accept the held or waiting call dial:
To place the active call on hold and accept the held or waiting call (switching between
two calls) or
To place the active call on hold to have possibility to dial other outgoing call dial:
To place all held calls to active calls and set up conference call dial:
To connect the two calls (active and held) and disconnect the EasyGate from both calls
dial:
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4.2 FAX and Data Function
Caution
Only EasyGate with fax converter supports fax and data functions.
Sending fax message or modem connection to and from GSM
GSM fax and Data connection
EasyGate with fax converter has ability to send and receive GSM fax messages using
analogue fax Group 3 connected to telephone line FXS. The fax communication service
must be registered with your GSM operator. It is possible to establish data connection
using analog modem connected to FXS line. It is useful for devices with build-in
modem, without possibility to use serial line. The data communication service
must also be registered with your GSM operator.
Sending a fax message to GSM and modem connection through
GSM
When connected device is able to send CNG tone (1100Hz for fax 1300Hz for modem),
the gateway recognizes whether the call is fax or data, the connection will be
established automatically. When the tone is not send or some problems with
recognition occurred, is necessary to dial before destination number code *01* for fax
call or *02* for data call. This code us used to inform the Gateway, that the call is a
fax or data call.
Receiving a fax message from GSM
It is recommended to activate separate fax number on your SIM card –
multinumbering scheme. Fax messages must be routed to fax number, data call to
data number. Incoming fax, data and voice calls will be than automatically recognized.
It is possible to set ring pattern for fax and data call, different from the pattern for
voice call.
If the fax or data number is not activated, the call from analogue network routed to
your GSM number is not detected as fax or data call and is routed via the analogue
channel of GSM network and the connection is not successful. In this case it is possible
to set the gateway using DTMF commands using device connected to FXS line. These
commands can be used for data and fax routing to FXS line or serial line.
DTMF codes for fax receive:
*9900#Reset of all following settings for fax receive
*9901#The next call is fax, this setting is suspended after receiving call or by
command *9900#
*9902#Fax routed to FXS, inactivate 9900# or device reset *+
*9903#Fax routed to COM, inactivate 9900# or device reset *+
DTMF codes for data receive:
*9800# Reset of all following settings for data receive
*9801# The next call are data, this setting is suspended after receiving call or
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by command *9800#
*9802# Data routed to FXS, inactivate 9800# or device reset *+
*9803# Data routed to COM, inactivate 9800# or device reset *+
Commands marked + are used to set parameters, which can be set permanently in
configuration program (PCManager). Using DTMF commands has higher priority, than
setting in configuration program, but is valid only till reset of gateway or inactivating
command.
Setting for the next call is only alternative solution, which is not able to substitute
using of multinumberig scheme (e.g. when unexpected voice call is incoming before the
fax or data call, this solution disables to receive it).
Supported fax and data protocols
Supported fax protocols
The gateway supports connection of analogue Fax Group 3 using protocols V.29, V.27
and V.27ter. Maximal data rate is 9,6kbps. The maximal data rate is strongly
dependent on line quality, which is tested on the beginning of connection, to avoid data
errors. The fax service is available up to field strength -90dBm.
Supported data protocols
The gateway supports connection of analogue modem using protocols V.34, V.32bis,
V.32, V.22bis, V.22, Bell 212A and Bell 103. Maximal data rate is 56kbps. For
connection between two modems is the data rate limited by the CSD data rate in GSM
network, the maximum is 14,4kbps.
Higher data speed could be useful only for GPRS connection. The maximal data rate is
strongly dependent on line quality, which is tested on the beginning of connection, to
avoid data errors. The data rate for GPRS connection is limited by actual speed of GPRS
transfer in GSM network too. This speed is often affected by network load.
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4.3 SMS Sending Input
This universal input is intended especially for reporting alarm or error statuses of any
equipment provided with the appropriate contact (a relay contact, e.g.).
By activating this input (electric input pin interconnection) you send one SMS to one
pre-programmed telephone number.
Caution
Do not use in life-supporting or property-protection applications because
of the character of SMS service and EasyGate. The manufacturer shall not
be liable for health and property damage incurred as a result of SMS
sending failure.
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4.4 Data Connection Using USB Port
EasyGate device is equipped with virtual serial port that simulates standard COM port
in PC according to specification RS-232C. Installation is described in section 3.1
paragraph „Installation and setting of EasyGate PCManager" points 1 to 3.
The transmission rate ranges from 1200 to 115200 bps (EasyGate supports
autobauding, i.e. responds to an AT command at a rate identical with the AT command
transmission rate, and retains set on this rate). The transmission setup must be 8 bits,
no parity and one STOP bit (8N1).
During the call establishing and terminating the serial interface of GSM module is used
by the central processor of EasyGate. During this time periods the communication with
module is impossible. The communication is blocked by setting of the signals for flow
control on virtual COM port. All PC SW must provide transmission hardware flow control
(HW handshaking).
CSD PC-PC Data Transmission
The CSD mode provides data transmission in the GSM network at the maximum
transmission rate of 14400 bps. It works like a classic connection of two modems (AT
commands ATD, ATH, ATA, etc.). Connection can be made with another GSM modem
or a PSTN modem.
Caution
Data calls and fax calls from the PSTN come as voice calls (the telephone
line on EasyGate rings) because an analog network is unable to
distinguish a modem/fax call. Therefore, it is necessary to have a special
telephone number for incoming data and fax calls on the SIM card
different from voice call numbers (Multi-numbering scheme). The GSM
network identifies a call incoming to this number as a data/fax call and
lets the COM serial interface ring.
CSD or High-Speed GPRS Data Connection to Internet
To connect to the Internet, install the faxmodem driver from the EasyGate CD-ROM
first. Another possibility is to use the GSM provider's installation wizard in case it
supports the GSM module Cinterion MC55i-w installed in EasyGate. GPRS/faxmodem
driver can be found on installation CD (mdm2n_vx.x.inf, x.x – driver version).
The installation wizard usually configures the telephone connection of the network too.
If you use manual installation, you have set it properly. Ask you GSM provider for
Internet connection instructions because they can be different for each provider
(especially the telephone number to be dialed, DNS, etc.). For GPRS connection is
necessary to set the APN. It could be set in gateway using PCManager (GSM&SIM GPRS APN) or in modem extra settings in PC:
Example: at+cgdcont=1,"IP","internet.t-mobile.cz"
APN can be set using configuration tool PC Manager UNI too. (GSM&SIM/GPRS APN)
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Caution
GSM providers mostly specify the 99# number to be dialed for GPRS
connection in their instructions. Cinterion GSM modules require
the *99**1# format.
CSD or GPRS Data Connection?
The maximum CSD transmission rate is 14400 bps. GSM connection is reserved for the
whole time of connection and calls are charged according to the connection time. The
CSD mode can provide data connection of two PCs.
EasyGate is equipped with GSM modules providing GPRS class 10 (4+2 timeslots),
which means that it is able to transmit data into a PC at the rate of 85600 bps and at
half the rate towards the GSM network. The GPRS cannot be used for connection of two
PCs. It can only provide connection with an APN – e.g. the Internet. Most GSM
providers charge GPRS connections according to the volume of data transmitted or by a
lump sum and so the GPRS is suitable for long-time connection with occasional data
transmissions.
SMS Sending and Receiving
It is possible to send and receive SMS units using appropriate AT commands. There are
a number of PC programs that are based on this principle. Install SW designed for
SIEMENS GSM modules (SIEMENS mobile telephone SW can also be used). You can
send and receive SMS even during EasyGate voice calls.
Combination of serial connction with Voice Calls
As already mentioned, SMS transmission can be made even during telephone calls. The
SMS program is only blocked temporarily during outgoing call establishing and
incoming call ringing.
The same applies to PCManager monitoring. A message announcing that EasyGate is
blocked is displayed during voice call establishing.
No voice call can be made during CSD data connection.
Outgoing and incoming calls can be made during GPRS connection. The GPRS
connection remains active during the whole call but no data can be transmitted
(EasyGate is a GPRS terminal of class B). Once the call is terminated, data
transmission is recovered immediately.
List of Supported AT Commands
There are original files related to Cinterion GSM modules in the PDF format on the
EasyGate CD-ROM.
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Caution
Since the GSM module is primarily used by the EasyGate central processor
for voice calls, use AT commands carefully. You might misconfigure the
GSM module thus making EasyGate inoperative. To solve most of these
problems, switch EasyGate off and on again to make the central processor
execute full initialization of the GSM module.
Do not use particularly:
ATQ1
AT+CMUT=
AT^SNFI=
ATS3=
AT+CMUX=
AT^SNFM=
ATS4=
AT+CSCS=
AT^SNFO=
ATS5=
AT^SAIC=
AT^SNFPT=
ATV0
AT^SM20=
AT^SNFS=
AT&C0
AT^SMSO=
AT^SNFV=
AT+IPR=
AT^SNFA=
AT^SNFW=
AT+CFUN=
AT^SNFD=
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4.5 SIM Card PIN protection
If a SIM card is PIN-protected and the PIN is not programmed in EasyGate, GSM LED
indicates the state and the PIN tone is transmitted on telephone line.
PIN Entering by PCManager
Like other parameters, the PIN code can be entered using a PC programming tool. The
PIN will be entered automatically upon next EasyGate power up.
PIN Entering via Telephone Line
To enter the PIN via a telephone line using the DTMF:
1. Hook off the telephone, you can hear the PIN tone.
2. Enter the PIN using the DTMF; to cancel the wrong PIN hang up before sending
a
.
3. To confirm enter a
.
4. If you hear the busy tone in a while (a few seconds), you have entered the PIN
correctly. Hook on and wait for registering to the GSM network.
5. If you hear the PIN tone again in a while, you have entered a wrong PIN.
Re-enter the PIN.
6. If you hear the PUK tone in a while, you have entered a wrong PIN and the SIM
card is blocked. Use the mobile phone to unblock the SIM card.
A correctly entered PIN is stored in EasyGate's memory as if you had programmed it
using the PCManager. The PIN will be entered automatically upon the next EasyGate
power up.
Automatic PIN Entering
You need not enter the PIN upon power up if it is stored in EasyGate – it is entered
automatically. This function is convenient in case of power failure; EasyGate is operable
in a short time after power recovery without any intervention by the operating staff.
Warning
One PIN entering option is exhausted by the attempt to enter the PN
automatically upon SIM card or PIN change. If wrong, the automatically
entered PIN is cleared from the internal memory to avoid another false
attempt upon next power on. There are still two manual PIN-entering
attempts after such unsuccessful automatic entering. To prevent the
unsuccessful automatic PIN entering, delete or program properly the
EasyGate PIN using the PCManager in the case of SIM card change.
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5. Technical Parameters
This section describes the technical parameters of the product 2N® EasyGate Pro.
5.1 Technical Parameters
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5.1 Technical Parameters
GSM
GSM module
MC55i-W
GSM bandwidth
EGSM 850/ EGSM 900/ GSM 1800/ GSM 1900 MHz
Transmission power
2 W EGSM 850 / 900 MHz,
1W GSM 1800 / 1900 MHz
Receiver sensitivity
-105 dBm
Audio
HR+FR+EFR Half rate+Full rate+Enhanced full rate
Echo cancellation, Echo suppression
DATA
GPRS Class 10, 4+2 max. 85.6 kbps downlink
CSD max. 14.4 kbps; Coding scheme CS 1, 2, 3, 4
Fax
Fax Group 3 on model with fax converter
Antenna
850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900 MHz 50 Ω
SMA antenna connector
SIM card
3V or 1,8V plug-in
Power Supply
Mains supply
230/12V; 0.5A adapter
DC power supply
10 to 16V DC
12V consumption
Standby 90mA
Call - typ. 300mA, max. 600mA
Data - typ. 200mA, max. 400mA
Battery charge – additional consumption 70 mA
(Battery backup version only)
Supply connector
DC Jack 5.5/2.1 mm, positive to center
When other power source than supplied adapter is used, the power source must meet
the criteria for SELV standard.
Battery backup (optional)
Accumulator type
Charging cell NiMh size AA
Number of pieces
4
Power consumption from batteries
Standby- typ. 230mA
Call - typ. 600mA, max. 1200mA
Data - typ. 350mA, max 800mA
Charging current
Typ.70 mA, regulated
Accumulators are not part of delivery
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Telephone interface
Interface type
2-wire analog, FXS
Telephone connector type
RJ 12, 6/2
Call impedance
600 Ω
Loop voltage
48 V DC
Loop current
max. 40 mA
Loop resistance
max. 800 Ω
Tone frequency
adjustable, default 425 Hz
Dialing type
tone (DTMF) and pulse
Ringing voltage
42 Vrms 50/25 Hz
Calling line identification
CLI during ringing according to ETSI FSK
Tariff pulses
f=16/12 kHz ; Umin=100mVef on 200 Ω
Answer supervision
polarity reversal, 12/16 kHz pulses
SMS Sending Input
Closed loop resistance
max. 1kΩ
Open loop resistance
min. 25kΩ
Output voltage / current
open loop 3V / short circuit 0,3mA
Input overvoltage protection
max. +/- 12V
Serial interface
Interface type
USB 1.1
Connector
USB typ B
Interface transmission rate
(on virtual COM port)
1200 - 115200 bps (autobauding) 8N1
Versions of product
Ordering number (without country code – x
Description
letters)
501323x
Basic version
501333x
Battery backup version
501343x
Analogue fax support
501353x
Analogue fax support and battery
backup
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Other parameters
Dimensions (w/o connectors)
163 x 157 x 38 mm
Operating temperature
0ºC to 45ºC
Operating status signaling
4 LEDs (on, GSM network, line, data)
Signal / Battery status
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6. Supplementary Information
This section describes supplementary information of the product.
Here is what you can find in this section:
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Troubleshooting
List of Abbreviations
Regulations and Directives
General Instructions and Cautions
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6.1 Troubleshooting
For the most frequently asked questions refer to faq.2n.cz.
No LED is on after power up
Check the power supply.
All LEDs are on. No call is currently in progress.
EasyGate is in the special PCManager-based programming mode - exit the
PCManager to reset EasyGate.
Try to switch EasyGate off and on, the LEDs should go off in 3s and signal
the status of EasyGate.
EasyGate does not register to GSM
Check the SIM card.
Check the PIN.
Check the antenna connection.
Select a place with a good GSM signal.
No tone can be heard after line off-hook
Check the telephone line connection.
EasyGate is not initialized properly upon start (approx. 10s after power
up).
EasyGate is not supplied with power.
EasyGate keeps transmitting a tone during dialing, not receiving the dialing
Select the correct dialing type (DTMF or pulse).
EasyGate does not communicate with PC
Check the serial cable connection.
Check the COM number setting on PC.
Check the COM parameters (1200-115200 bps, 8N1).
EasyGate is not registered to GSM network.
A dialing or outgoing call establishing process takes place on EasyGate.
An incoming call is ringing on EasyGate.
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6.2 List of Abbreviations
APN Access Point Name – necessary for the GPRS service
CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation
CSD Circuit Switched Data
COM PC serial port
DTMF Dual Tone Multifrequency - tone dialing
EG EasyGate
FSK Frequency Shift Keying
FXO an interface electrically identical with a standard telephone (opposite side =
FXS interface)
FXS a telephone interface allowing standard telephone connection (opposite side
= FXO interface)
FW Firmware - similar to SW, a term for the central microprocessor program
GSM Group Switched Mobile system - the present standard digital mobile
telephone network
GPRS General Packet Radio Service - high-speed data transmission for GSM
networks
HW Hardware - an electronic device, circuit, board, component, etc. in this
context
P(A)BX Private (Automatic) Branch Exchange
PC Personal Computer (based on the IBM PC standard)
PIN Personal Identification Number - a SIM card securing password
PUK Personal Unblocking Key - a password used to unblock a blocked SIM card
after repeated wrong PIN entering
RS-232C a PC serial port standard
SIM Subscriber Identity Module - a chip-equipped module to be inserted in a
GSM device for identification
SMS Short Message Service, a term for the system and one unit (message)
SW Software
TTL Transistor-Transistor Logic - a standard digital technology defining voltage
for levels 0 and 1
PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network
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6.3 Regulations and Directives
Europe
2N® EasyGate PRO conforms to the following directives and regulations:
Directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 9 March 1999 –
on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual
recognition of their conformity
Directive 2006/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December
2006 on the harmonisation of the laws of Member States relating to electrical
equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits
Directive 2004/108/EC of the Council of 15 December 2004 on the harmonisation of
the laws of Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility
Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1275/2008, of 17 December 2008, implementing
Directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to
ecodesign requirements for standby and off mode electric power consumption of
electrical and electronic household and office equipment
Directive 2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011 on
the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic
equipment
Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18
December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction
of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive
1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No. 793/93 and Commission
Regulation (EC) No. 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission
Directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC
Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January
2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment.
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6.4 General Instructions and Cautions
General Instructions and Cautions:
Please read this User Manual carefully before using the product. Follow all
instructions and recommendations included herein.
Any use of the product that is in contradiction with the instructions provided
herein may result in malfunction, damage or destruction of the product.
The manufacturer shall not be liable and responsible for any damage incurred as
a result of a use of the product other than that included herein, namely undue
application and disobedience of the recommendations and warnings in
contradiction herewith.
Any use or connection of the product other than those included herein shall be
considered undue and the manufacturer shall not be liable for any consequences
arisen as a result of such misconduct.
Moreover, the manufacturer shall not be liable for any damage or destruction of
the product incurred as a result of misplacement, incompetent installation and/or
undue operation and use of the product in contradiction herewith.
The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any malfunction, damage or
destruction of the product caused by incompetent replacement of parts or due to
the use of reproduction parts or components.
The manufacturer shall not be liable and responsible for any loss or damage
incurred as a result of a natural disaster or any other unfavourable natural
condition.
The manufacturer shall not be held liable for any damage of the product arising
during the shipping thereof.
The manufacturer shall not make any warrant with regard to data loss or
damage.
The manufacturer shall not be liable and responsible for any direct or indirect
damage incurred as a result of a use of the product in contradiction herewith or a
failure of the product due to a use in contradiction herewith.
All applicable legal regulations concerning the product installation and use as well
as provisions of technical standards on electric installations have to be obeyed.
The manufacturer shall not be liable and responsible for damage or destruction of
the product or damage incurred by the consumer in case the product is used and
handled contrary to the said regulations and provisions.
The consumer shall, at its own expense, obtain software protection of the
product. The manufacturer shall not be held liable and responsible for any
damage incurred as a result of the use of deficient or substandard security
software.
The consumer shall, without delay, change the access password for the product
after installation. The manufacturer shall not be held liable or responsible for any
damage incurred by the consumer in connection with the use of the original
password.
The manufacturer also assumes no responsibility for additional costs incurred by
the consumer as a result of making calls using a line with an increased tariff.
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Electric Waste and Used Battery Pack Handling
Do not place used electric devices and battery packs into municipal waste containers.
An undue disposal thereof might impair the environment!
Deliver your expired electric appliances and battery packs removed from them to
dedicated dumpsites or containers or give them back to the dealer or manufacturer for
environmental-friendly disposal. The dealer or manufacturer shall take the product
back free of charge and without requiring another purchase. Make sure that the devices
to be disposed of are complete.
Do not throw battery packs into fire. Battery packs may not be taken into parts or
short-circuited either.
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Modřanská 621, 143 01 Prague 4, Czech Republic
Tel.: +420 261 301 500, Fax: +420 261 301 599
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.2n.cz
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